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How to replace clutch slave cylinder in 1996 Chevy S-10?

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September 13, 2011 5:44AM

First you must remove the transmission. This can be achieved by removing the drive shaft. Then The two torque strut bars located at the from of the transmission. and followed by the other bolts that hold the transmission to the engine. The slave cylinder is on the spline of the area where the throw out bearing is located right up front in your face "THERE" it look s like a litle thermostate with two pig tails. You must remove this from the shaft and and replace every thing back in this order. Once done you can bleed off the cluch simply by pumping the pedal as you add more fluid to the resivoir located at the drivers side off the fire wall in the engine compartment.